An outstanding traditional English pub with a top-notch menu.
Dogs are welcome, and there's a children's play area too. Check the wheatsheaf website for pre-booking requirements.
Enjoy freshly baked gourmet pizzas at this fabulous dog friendly inn.
Features a wonderful beer garden, children’s playground, and skittle alley.
About as traditional a British pub as they come with a huge garden.
Note that the Oak requires tables to be strictly booked in advance. Dogs are welcome, but no large groups of people.
A good takeaway outlet that delivers to the campsite.
Offering kebabs, fried chicken, pizzas, burgers, & milkshakes.
A 17th-century traditional village high street pub with a comprensive menu, including a decent Sunday roast.
Open 11am - 11pm.
A family-run Indian restaurant & takeaway with an excellent range of authentic chicken & lamb dishes.
Also offers vegetarian & vegan options. Does not deliver however.
A traditional takeaway with an excellent reputation for quality fish and chips.
Note however, that payment is by cash only.
Another popular fish and chip takeaway within short driving distance from the campsite.
Serving delicious homemade food, coffee, tea & alcoholic beverages — with vegan & gluten free options.
Eat in/take out, Mon-Sat 8:30-17:00, Sun 9:00-16.30.
New in Henfield, and replacing the old Budgens, this local-sized Sainsbury's is more than adequately provisioned when a trip to a superstore isn't essential.
First-rate small convenience store stocking most staples, essentials and alcolholic drinks.
Reknowned for excellent quality of super fresh produce including fruits, vegetables, and flowers, this village store comes well recommended!
Open 8am-5pm Monday-Saturday.
A second Jeremy's store on the way to Cowfold!
Open 8am-5pm Monday-Saturday, 9.30am-1pm Sunday.
Well worth a visit for top quality fresh and frozen produce, meats & confectionery. Gas refills also.
Open 8.30am-6pm (Sun: 9am-4pm)
Highly regarded local butchers in hurstpierpoint, who also supply our onsite country shop.
Closed Sun/Mon, otherwise open 8am-5pm, except Saturdays, 8am-4pm.
A full sized Tesco superstore with fuel station, car wash, pharmacy, and F&F.
Has an EV charging point, although demand for it may be high.
Features the largest decked outdoor display of tents in the UK - and extensively everything else camping, caravan & motor van.
Mon-Sat: 9am–5.30pm, Sun: 10am-4.30pm.
A fantastic shingle beach found close to the historic Shoreham-by-sea harbour.
When other beaches are packed, you will find plenty of open space here.
Pebbly brighton beach with certified Blue Flag waters and lifeguards on duty stretches along a 4-mile promenade that can get very busy on warmer days.
Britain’s largest “Prairie,” or “Naturalistic” garden, with eight acres of stunning garden to roam around.
Located directly opposite the entrance to the campsite.
Great for children with plenty of farm animals for them to meet, and a number of indoor and outdoor play areas to let off some steam.
There's a tearoom - or bring your own picnic.
Indoor and outdoor pools that can be accessed without a membership.
Or become a member via the website and take advantage of a range of activities and classes.
The longest dry valley in the UK offering spectacular views over the South Downs & Brighton coastline and excellent short (or longer) walking opportunities.
A cafe serves food & refreshments.
Visit for canoeing and sailing on the lake, Dinosaur Island children's play park, and The Quarry, home to lizards, kingfishers and butterflies.
The level walking paths are suitable for all ages.
Avoid the sometimes heavy traffic into Brighton on summer or weekend dates.
At the Withdean Sports Complex car park. From the campsite, program your route via Saddlescombe Rd.
Brighton Marina offers a reasonable driving route and parking opportunties — and a good starting point to hop-on this ideal way to tour Brighton.
The very emblem of the city of Brighton & Hove that is also very impressive to tour inside.
The Brighton Museum is also found here. Doors open 9.30am-5pm.
An amazing museum of illusions for fantastic photo opportunities.
Found on Brighton sea front in between the i360 and Brighton Beach Club.
Enjoy unparalled views of Brighton, the South Downs, the UNESCO Biosphere and, on the clearest days, all the way along the coast to the Isle of Wight
No trip to brighton would be complete without a visit to the iconic palace pier, with (in)famous fairground rides, amusement arcades, entertainment halls, bars and restaurants in all-consuming adundance.
The only grade II listed lido in the UK.
Featuring a 40m open-air pool surrounded by sunbathing lawns. Note that cash is not taken.
Amble through 11 miles of pristine Sussex countryside on a perfectly restored steam train replete with railway staff in period clothing.
Dining trains in operation on select dates also.
Enjoy a great family day out at what is widely regarded as the best small zoo in the country - and much more.
A paradise for anyone wanting a theme park experience.